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|The answer, by now, should be perfectly obvious: we love television because |
television brings us a world in which television does not exist. In fact, deep in
their ... Ford, Anna I got sick of turning on the TV and seeing my face. - Fox,
|"I got sick of turning on the TV and seeing my face," he said. Three Emmys and |
one movie smash later (1985's Back to the Future), Fox and company cut Ties in
1989, and he focused on films before returning to TV in 1996 on ABC's Spin City.
|Still, with the benefit of all this knowledge, you lie in bed happy that I did get my |
ass kicked! I know, I know, you're going to tell me that you went for the
entertainment. Yeah, the entertainment of seeing me get my ass kicked! That's
called sadomasochism and I do believe the doctors define that as sick behavior.
In any language, in ... This was also the beginning of having“Rowdy” Roddy
Piper in your living room weekly on national television, whether you liked it or not.
Chances are you ...
|Once a woman hits fifty, the face and neck muscles and the skin lose their |
strength and stretchiness. ... rock band KISS and his girlfriend, Shannon Tweed,
got his-and-her face lifts, had them filmed, and showed the footage on his TV
reality show. ... My first face lift was truly a major turning point in my looks and life.
I'd made the decision to do it because I was sick of seeing myself looking tired
|With this type of media demographics, and the resultant cost thereof, I decided |
that cable TV would be my designated medium. ... To get started, I just picked up
the phone and started calling them all, setting up appointments with their sales
reps, all of who were bright, sharp, young women. On each cable ... Well, I'm sure
no one could complain about getting sick of seeing my face on the tube. Another
|“I feel it I think. “She clarified. “Now young man why do you think with such great |
insistence, that she was not my mother? What could you ... I looked away from the
TV legs to see her eyes were filling with tears. “I was there. ... She explained
studying my face as if still trying to see if I was truthful. “My Onkel wasn't really my
uncle, but I didn't know that till he got sick with cancer in the 1970's. He told me of
|No, I wasn't watching the T.V. The opiate of the masses I think someone once |
called it. I am watching me, seeing how my face drips and melts in the fat, street-
lamp lit droplets of water. My eyes distort, slide ... A pretty picture, far better than
the one I see in the bathroom mirror, the one that is so ugly it makes me
physically sick. I laugh derisively and turn away, almost bump into the man
standing next to me, no doubt wondering what next to spend his dirty money on.
He stares at me, eyes ...
|you're going to stay in there, and if you come out, you'll die,” falling fully asleep |
now. ... I smirked more with the tube out of my mouth, taking one deep breath so I
wouldn't drown, looking at them meanly now, bubbles going all over ... That poor
woman—” turning off the TV real fast, coughing because he was sick; and I had to
get to him in time; I was running out fast. ... seeing the blood in the water, and me
trying to move, in pain, squirming around, making him scared, saying to himself, ...
|Sadly I turned away from all that glory and got appointed into the founding-year |
class of King's Point Academy, Long ... I used to lay in the bomb bay with my face
on the centerline of the doors because of the tradition of having to clean up your
... times before I got my instrument ticket, scud-running in real sharp turbulence,
dodging hen houses and TV antenna, ... as sick as they have ever been and
humiliated too by the comical aspect of seeing your fellow human tossing up his
|At night, his Ma shuts him safely in the wardrobe, where he is meant to be asleep when Old Nick visits. Room is home to Jack, but to Ma, it is the prison where Old Nick has held her captive for seven years.|